Rob Kreps an associate professor of drama and program coordinator for the Live Entertainment Technology program and comes to LSC-Montgomery most recently from the Kincaid School where he was the technical director and scenographer. Prior to that, Rob was an assistant professor of design at Eastern Oregon University. Rob has a Master of Fine Arts in Lighting Design from the University of Idaho and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Alaska-Anchorage. His professional technical credits include the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, the Idaho Repertory Theatre, Eccentric Theatre Company, Alaska Theatre of Youth, Anchorage Opera, Alaska Classical Ballet Academy, Trollwood Performing Arts School, and Festival Dance of Idaho. Rob is a five-time recipient of the Kennedy Center Award for meritorious achievement in design and has been recognized by the Alaska State Senate for his work in touring A Piece of My Heart to two cities in Russia with UAA.
James Horban is an assistant professor for the Live Entertainment Technology program at Lone Star College-Montgomery. He received his Master of Fine Arts in Lighting Design from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Design and Production from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Professional lighting and scenic design credits include Long Wharf Theatre, Springfield College, the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, the Cincinnati Fringe Festival, Town Hall Theater, Monmouth Theater, the Carnegie Visual & Performing Arts Center, Long Lake Camp for the Arts, and various events at Conseco Fieldhouse and American Legion Mall with Mid-America Sound Corp. Assistant design work includes the Cincinnati Ballet, the Toledo Ballet, Wright State University, and the national tour of In Love With Tyrone.